Hot Car Deal – Save £25,030 on BMW 7 SeriesWe’ve found 38% savings on this luxury car
03 July 2014
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Luxury cars are never cheap (well, not if you buy new), but huge discounts of up to £25,000 cut BMW 7 Series prices down to size. These are the best deals we found.
The BMW 7 Series is a large luxury car that would typically set you back more than £60,000 from a BMW dealer. But enormous online savings mean you could put a brand new petrol, diesel or hybrid 7 Series on your drive for more like £40,000. This makes the 7 Series one of the best value luxury cars you can buy.
Even the entry level model is packed with high-end equipment, so you won’t have to pay out any more for metallic paint, automatic gearbox, digital radio, leather seats, sat nav – and even five years’ worth of servicing.
Save £18,240 on BMW 730d SE diesel automatic
A 730d automatic diesel would cost £58,275 from a BMW dealership, but we’ve found it for a more reasonable £40,045 online. This car may has a economical diesel engine under the bonnet and is very refined, too. Like any good luxury car, it will waft along quickly and quietly.
Claimed fuel economy is an impressive 50.4mpg, although it can still launch to 62mph in a speedy 6.1 seconds if required. Metallic paint, leather seats, sat nav, a digital radio and powerful xenon headlights are all included.
33% discount on BMW 740i SE automatic
Petrol-powered luxury cars can cost the earth in fuel bills. However, the 740i SE returns an acceptable 35.8mpg (claimed), so you won't need shares in BP. A 33% discount makes the purchase price more palatable, too. At £41,110, it's more than £20,000 less than list price.
The 740i SE can sprint to 62mph in a scant 5.7 seconds and comes with all the same equipment as the 730d above. This includes four-zone air conditioning and a cruise control system that slows the car down automatically if you get too close to a car in front.
Save 38% on BMW 7 Series hybrid
For just £60 more than the model above, you could get the petrol-electric ActiveHybrid 7. That's after an enormous discount of £25,030. This car accelerates just as quickly as the 740i, but has much lower CO2 emissions – meaning smaller tax bills (especially for company drivers).
Claimed fuel consumption is also better, at 41.5mpg, so visits to the petrol station should be less frequent.